Google Pixel users complained about the Wifi Connectivity issue. They reported that Pixel Won’t Connect to a Wifi Network or other connectivity. There could be various reasons that can cause this issue like a technical problem with the Wi-fi (from Network Tower or Router), software, application, or internal bug in the mobile phone itself.
Hardware issues with the phone router or Wi-fi cable and outgoing service being temporarily disabled from the Wi-fi service providers are also general causes of Pixel won’t connect to WiFi
If you also encountered the same issue and want a quick solution to mitigate this problem then apply the below-mentioned best fixes to enjoy your Google Pixel without any Wifi connectivity issues.
How to Fix Google Pixel Wi-Fi Connectivity Issue?
First of all, you don’t need to try all the below-given fixes. Just work down in your way and found the best fix that suits you.
Fix 1. Power cycle all your Wi-Fi devices
Wi-fi connectivity issues rely on your types of equipment which includes Router, Modem, and Ethernet cables. A simple power cycle can able to fix this issue. Here’s how you can:
- Firstly, on your Modem or Wireless Router, locate and then press the Power Button. Mainly the Power button will have a Power Logo carved over it. Make sure you keep the button pressed until it Power Off
- Once done, unplug the Power cord from the power outlet and leave it as it is for half or 1 minute.
- Now plug the cord back into the power outlet, press the Power button on the Modem or Wireless Router and wait until you observe all lights turning on the device. This is an indication that your device is successfully connected
- Now take your Google Pixel 6 Pro device, reboot it and then try to use the internet connection through a browser or any other means.
If it does not work then connect with your Network service provider, they will resolve the issue from their end and will help you in fixing the device issue.
Fix 2. Turn your Wi-Fi off and on
It is also an applicable fix to mitigate Wi-Fi connectivity issues. You just need to turn your wifi off and on then reboot your phone will help to fix this issue.
Fix 3. Change your mobile network settings to forget Wi-fi
Changing your mobile network settings to forget Wi-Fi can help you to fix your issue. The forget settings remove all your saved networks, passwords, and all network configuration from the mobile. This fix also clears all the glitches working in the background. Here’s how you can do this:
- On the home screen of your Google Pixel, tap on the Arrow UP icon, and it will open a list of all Apps
- Now tap on Settings -> Network & Internet -> Wi-Fi
- Now tap on the Wi-Fi icon and then tap and hold the saved network that you want to remove or forget
- Further tap on Forget network
- Now restart your Google Pixel Phone
Now for adding the Wi-Fi network to your Mobile again, follow the below steps
- Navigate to Settings -> Network & Internet -> Wi-Fi
- Now scroll down the list of options and then click on Add Network
- Further, fill in the network name (SSID) and other security details (If required or asked for).
- Lastly, tap on Save, restart your Mobile, and check whether the Wi-Fi network is working fine or not.
Fix 4. Try connecting your Google Pixel in safe mode
Some apps might cause problems. For this, you need to try to boost your phone in a safe mood and try to connect your phone to Wi-Fi again.
Here’s how you boot your Pixel in Safe mode:
- Press and hold the Power button until the Google logo appears on the screen then release. Allow several seconds for the logo to appear
- With the Google logo still on screen, press and hold the Volume down button
- Continue to hold the Volume down button until “Safe mode” appears in the lower-left of the unlock screen then release. This may take up to 30 seconds.
- Once the phone entered safe mode, try to connect to the same Wi-fi network and check how it goes.
Fix 7. Connect to other Wi-Fi network
This is not the solution but it will give us an idea of where the problems exist. If the phone is connected to other networks the issue is with your Wi-Fi network.
When you get to know that problem is at your end then call your Internet Service Provider (ISP) and have the tech check your connection.
Fix 6. Reset your Google Pixel
If all the above fixes do not work, then reset your google pixel. This may wipe out all your data from your phone, but make sure before resetting, backup all the data of your google pixel. Here’s how you can apply this fix
- On the home screen of your Google Pixel 6 Pro, tap on the Arrow UP icon, and it will open a list of all Apps
- Now tap on Settings -> System -> Reset Options
- Further tap upon Erase all data (factory reset) -> Erase all data
- Enter your Password or PIN (If asked for).
- Lastly, tap on Erase all data, and it will reboot your phone and will start the Master resetting or the Factory resetting process.
Once done, restart your phone again, set up your device, set up all the Network settings, and reconnect to your Wi-Fi.